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Anyone know what the IRS's reasoning is on the $10,000 max AGI for people married filing separately?

That's the way Congress wrote the law.

As for why Congress in effect banned Roth IRAs for MFS filers, I suspect it had to do with preventing people from manipulating the system, the general purpose behind all the weird MFS rules.

Phil Marti
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